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Old Steel Chakram Quoit Throwing Disc Gold Damascened Sikh Sign No Kirpan For Sale

Old Steel Chakram Quoit Throwing Disc  Gold Damascened Sikh Sign No Kirpan

style="text-decoration:none" height="27px" valign="middle" face="arial" Old Indo Persian Steel Chakram


Up for sale nice Indian all Steel Chakram or Quoit from North Indian weaponry.


Tapered Iron disc with edge on outer side.

It is decorated with Sikh Sign of Kirpan , Ek Onkaar sign on Disc in gold damascened artwork .

pls check images for details.


The piece has slight wear and tear otherwise the piece is in good condition.

Check images for extra details.

The piece is in its actual condition.

Nice piece for collection!!!


Dimension - Diameter -27.7cm approx , steel disc width = 20-21 mm approx


*** The chakram ( Devanāgarī: चक्रं, Punjabi: chakkar, Malay: cakera), sometimes called a war quoit, is a throwing weapon from India. Its shape is of a flat metal hoop with a sharp outer edge from 5–12 inches (130–300 mm) in diameter.

Because of its aerodynamic shape it is not easily deflected by wind. The word chakram comes from the Sanskrit term chakra, meaning circle or wheel.


Earliest references to the chakram come from the Indian epics Mahabharata and Ramayana where the Sudarshana Chakra is the weapon of the god Vishnu. Chakradhaari ("chakram-wielder") is a name for Krishna. The chakram was later used extensively by the Sikhs as recently as the days of Ranjit Singh. It was often associated with Sikhs because of the Nihang practice of wearing chakram on their arms, around the neck and even tied in tiers on high turbans.


Chakram could also be worn on the arms or wrists and used like knuckle-dusters. Some are as large as a shield and worn around the neck, making them equally suited for hand-to-hand combat as well as for throwing. When worn on the arms the chakram could be used to break or cut the opponent's arms while grappling. In the turban, it could be raked across an enemy's face or eyes while fighting in close-quarters.***



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